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Inmotion V11, 1,500Wh Battery, 2,200W Motor, Suspension


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  • Upgrades: all V11s now come with the more powerful 2,200W motor & upgraded 2.5A charger included as standard equipment
  • First [announced] Electric Unicycle with integrated pedal suspension
  • Key specs: integrated pedal suspension, 1,500Wh battery, 2,200W motor, 31MPH max speed, automotive grade lighting, new trolley handle design, integrated folding stand 
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Integrated Folding Kick-stand

Inmotion V11 Rear Folding Stand Animation

Improved Folding Handle

Inmotion V11 Folding Rear Stand in Action Animation

Introducing the all New Inmotion V11

Inmotion V11 Front & Rear Views

The V11 is a significant development in the evolution of the Electric Unicycle, with a number of innovations in the areas of design, functionality, & for Inmotion, performance too. A key attraction in the  V11, is the all new pedal suspension, providing a up to 85mm/3.3″ of vertical travel, that is expected to provide a smoother ride for rough roads & trail riding; in addition, the motor is fitted with a 18×3″ XL tire, providing greater contact surface with the road, & improving the ride stability.

Other improvements include the brightest head/tail lighting ever to be installed on a Wheel & integrated folding kickstand. On the performance front, the max speed has been increased from 25MPH (on the the v10/F) to 34MPH (with updated firmware), with a respectable 1,500Wh battery pack, for an anticipated range of 57 miles @ a 20MPH cruising speed.  Taken together, the V11 is expected to be among the most hotly anticipated new machines of 2020.

Pedal Suspension, 85mm of Travel

Inmotion V11 Folding Rear Stand in Action Animation

Brightest Head & Tail Lights

Inmotion V11 Rear Taillight

Comparison of the King Song S18 vs V11

Inmotion V11 vs King Song S18 Electric Unicycle Comparison & Specs

The Inmotion V11 was announced about a week before the King Song S18, so how do these two new suspension Wheels stack up against each other? In the graphic on the left is a side-by-side comparison of the different design philosophies the two Companies have taken in producing their first suspension Wheel. In short, King Song’s S18 is intended as a comparatively short range ‘sport’ vehicle, with emphasis on being nimble & agility, while the V11 offers a larger sized battery pack (the largest produced by Inmotion to date), which could be considered more of a Cruiser.   

  • Suspension: responding to the challenge of the S18 Wheel, Inmotion has since increased the suspension travel from 70mm to 85mm—the S18 is 100mm—following the lead from King Song in adopting a suspension module with a negative chamber too. Both the S18 & V11 have air suspension that can be adjusted according to the Rider’s weight and/or ride preference. On paper there is a slight advantage to the S18’s suspension design 
  • Battery & Range: the Inmotion V11 packs in an additional 20x LG M50T/18.75Wh 21700 type battery cells placed in a compact arrangement to keep the width of the Wheel relatively slender, this compares with the S18’s 60x cells of the same type. All other factors being equal, the V11 yields an additional 12 miles of range.  
  • Max Speed & Motor Power: there are several factors that determine a machine’s true power capability, including the number of parallel battery cells, voltage, controller’s rate-limiting, & the motor itself—a higher wattage motor does not necessary translate into a higher operating speed. Originally the V11 was to be shipped with a 2,000W motor, but has since been upgraded to match the nominal motor power of the S18; this has allowed the Inmotion Engineers to increase the max speed ceiling from 50kph/31mph to 55kph/34mph. An additional consideration is that the S18 is equipped with just 3x parallels of 20x cells each vs the 4x parallel on the V11, which ought to translate into an additional 25% of sustain battery power output for such situations as demanding hill climbs & hard acceleration. For max speed & performance, the V11 commands a respectable lead over the S18
  • Retractable/folding Handle: here the two models have adopted very different solutions for their trolley handle: the V11 has an external ‘scorpion’ style, which appears improved over the earlier V10/V5F type, while the S18 has the retractable telescopic rails extend through the Wheel’s body, similar to earlier models. From the standpoint of efficiency, the Inmotion V11 appears to use the internal body space more efficiently. 
  • Lighting: both designs have jettisoned the typical side LED atmospheric light-show of models, in favour of dramatically increased headlight luminosity—in the case of Inmotion, taillight too. The S18 has a unique high-beam/low-beam headlight, that dips when there’s an oncoming light source. Both the S18 & V11 offer substantially higher illumination than found on earlier models.  
  • Weight: the expected weight of the S18 was specd at 48.5lb, but has since increased to 55lb, eroding much of the weight saving advantage in this category. The King Song S18 has a marginal advantage in being 4.5lb lighter than the V11. 
  • Misc: there are unique features found on both models; for instance, the V11 has an integrated folding stand, to keep the Wheel upright; while the S18 will be shipping with a fanless 2.5A/84v charger as standard equipment. Each Wheel is fitted with XL >9″ grippy pedals & the lift for motor disengagement function.   

Key Features of the V11

Inmotion V11 New Product Features, Page 1
Inmotion V11 New Product Features, Page 2
Advanced Electric Unicycle, Dimensions Weight Comparison, v1. Gotway Tesla V3 T3, Inmotion V10F, King Song 16X, Inmotion V12, S18, V11, 18XL, Begode RS 19. v1.3

Picture Gallery

Inmotion V11 Image Montage 3D Renders

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do the shocks work, are they adjustable for different loads?
    Yes, initially the specifications & information about the dual-shock system was that it was to have a only a single chamber for shock absorption, but since then, the production shocks are now fitted with both a positive (load bearing) & negative (rebound) chambers. Each side & chambers can be adjusted separately using the accompanying hand pump, which has a pressure gauge. Accessing the inflator valves is relatively straight-forward from underneath; for the negative chamber, the top saddle needs to be unscrewed to access these.
  • Will there be the voltage speed reduction similar to the other Inmotion models, such as the V10/F?
    The precise information on this point has yet to be established, we’re trying to work with Inmotion to achieve the right balance between ride safety & to not diminish the performance of the Wheel with unnecessary speed throttling. The ideal behaviour will be similar to the King Song 16X/18XL, with the speed reductions threshold to engage below the 33% level.
  • Inmotion have the range specification as 75 miles, while it’s listed as 60miles here, why is that?
    There’s a tendency for range inflation on the spec sheets. In practice, even under ideal conditions, the typical range of an Electric Unicycle is 25Wh/mile = 60 miles with a 1,500Wh battery pack.
  • Will there be a protective cover available?
    There are current no plans for protection cover for the V11 , the panel surfaces are relatively scratch resistant.
  • The V11 has the dual-input charging ports, what is the maximum rate of charge that I can use?
    Part of the upgrade package that Inmotion had announced in late June, is the inclusion of a 2.5A XVE charger as standard equipment, upgraded from the normal 1.5A charger. Two of these chargers can be used at once, or one 5A rapid-charger through one port—it is not recommended to charge above 5A on the v11. Unfortunately Inmotion have changed the charge-port output pins from the GX12-3 V10/V8F, an adapter can be used to work with these older chargers.
  • What type of battery cells are used on the V11? 
    The V11 holds many firsts for Inmotion, it is their first Wheel to use the larger capacity/size 21700 cells. To reduce the center of gravity, 80x LG M50T 5Ah 21700 type battery cells are packaged next to the motor housing (40 per side).  Another advantage of this construction, is it allows the width of the Wheel to be exceptional slender than other models with similar specifications.
  • In the 3D rendered images, the tire appears unique to V11, what type of tire is the Wheel shipped with?
    The production V11 is to be shipped with the CST 1488 18×3″ tire. We will are working on offering a choice of a couple different types of tires offered later.
  • Are there additional accessories/upgrades Inmotion is planning to release later? 
    They are working on offering a set special CNCd pedals for extra grip (price & details have yet to be determined) & an optional seat is also planned.
  • Is there a warranty with the purchase?
    Yes, eWheels offers a one year warranty from date of shipment, this includes labor & parts for non-consumable elements like the controller, motor & battery pack. Tires, innertubes, damaged sustained as a result of accidents are outside the scope of the warranty. We offer our Customers the choice of either taking on the repair themselves, or sending it in for repair at our Tucson service center, the shipping costs are not included.

Additional information

Weight 70 lbs
Dimensions 23 × 12 × 20 in


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